Many Thanks to a True Englishman and a Gent…

September 29, 2007

 

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You may or may not be aware that I have changed the banner at the top of this blog.

This has only been possible with the expert help of Theo Spark who designed it for me.

Theo is a damnably good chap and a fervent student of contemporary news and has an excellent list of links.

Take a look at Theos blog by either clicking on the above picture or click on the link on my blog roll

….it is full of interesting articles and pictures.

Once again Theo, many thanks for an excellent banner. 


Knock, Knock…”Whos There?”

September 21, 2007

Recently I have attended two people who have been the victims of crime.

The first was a 94 year old gentleman who had answered his door only to be knocked to the floor and robbed of his life savings!

The second was an 89 year old lady who had also been robbed in her own home!

Both, fortunately, suffered very minor injuries. But the shock of the incident had left them both extremely shaken. The gentleman had manged to hit one of the scum as they left his house, but he still felt ashamed at not being able to do more.

The lady was frightened to death that they would come back again. She did not want to stay in her home anymore…her home of more than 40 years.

The perpetrators criminals thieves pond-scum that came into their lives were young males. Real hard men who operate in twos just in case they have to defend themselves against attack whilst they go about their daily career of ruining other peoples lives.

See this post by Inspector Gadget

Both the lady and the gentleman had led good, honest, fruitful lives. Both having raised families and both living on their own, not wanting to be a burden on anyone. The thing that struck me about both jobs was that they both thought they were wasting our time and the Polices time.

(As opposed to a lot of today’s “yoof” who demand attention for the smallest of inconsequential mishaps!) 

Now I know that this sort of thing has been going on for years and years since the 50s/60s etc. But nowadays when you see the scumbags caught they see it as just an inconvenience, depriving them of their right to roam the streets, to attack and maim innocent people. 

Another Incident posted by The Phantom Policeman

Its about time that the so called Judiciary of Magistrates/Judges of this country got off their fat arses and attend some of these jobs where peoples lives have been changed forever. Then they might give out some appropriate sentences.  

A Worrying Article on the State of this Once Great Country…

Lets us not allow the SCUM to get away! 

 

 

 


Boots, Booze, Madness & Foxtrot Oscar 1….

September 16, 2007

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Another fun filled night of meeting the lovely members of the public who unfortunately become our customers due to alcohol. Either directly or indirectly.

After picking up the Police Officer from the main station, we made our way into the centre of Big City. The streets were full of people making their way from pub to pub, having a good time laughing and joking. Everybody seemed to be in high spirits. (No pun intended)

Our first call of the shift was to a gentleman who had been hit over the head with a large heavy object by a gang of drunken youths. (Yoofs/scumbags/scudbuckets/vermin whatever you want to call them) He had also been robbed of his gold chain and a gold ring.

Sat in his kitchen, he had acculmulated a very large lake of blood at his feet from a scalp wound that seemed to be spurting.

I applied a pressure dressing and took him the few hundred yards to the A/E. (He lived just across the road from the main hospital). En-route to the hospital our client spyed one of his assailants sat at the side of the road. My crew-mate Police officer went over to have a word. Her two “friends” who were nearby legged it big style when we stopped.

After a few minutes I heard the girl shouting the odds at the Police Officer that she knew her rights and that she needed a female Police Officer to conduct a search and that she would make a formal complaint for harrassment etc. It seems that most 14 year old females know the law inside out, especially when they have a long criminal record such as this charming young “girl.”

The Police Officer knew that resources were stretched and was content to leave it till later as her address was on file and he knew where to find her. This was passed onto Police comms.

Our next call was to a gentleman intent on killing himself by lying down in the middle of the road. Luckily it was us that found him first. After some insistent persuasion he got up…and tried to jump in front of a bus!!! Again luckily he was that pissed he must have been seeing double and jumped in front of the wrong one! After the arrival of Police back up he was led away still spouting off through his alcohol fumed breath about how he did,nt like waiting so long to be served in the chip shop! (The reason in the first place for his suicidal efforts!)

The rest of the shift was a blurred recollection of assault/knife…assault/metal bar…assault/unconscious…assault/domestic…assault/assault…assault course…a salt and pepper…you get the picture. And every single job that we attended involved alcohol and in some cases a serious degree of viscious violence inflicted upon innocent people. Most involved a serious amount of kicking to the head whilst on the floor. A worrying trend is the amount of people having their heads stamped on!

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“Last Orders at the Bar”

During our roving patrol of the Big City we saw a youth (in drink) running around waving his bit of paper (£80 fixed penalty ticket for some Public Order offence) like it was some sort of a prize. People are not fearing the consequences of their actions…and so it goes on and on…all over the country. People getting ratarsed and falling over, or causing trouble knowing that any penalty (if caught) is going to be pitiful.

Guess what?

I,m on nights again after today! Hurrah! Cant wait! Splendid! Marvellous!…….Bugger!!!  


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